February 2015

One of Our Finest

Generations Crossing has come a very long way since it opened in 2002. It all started in the basement of Parkview Mennonite Church with two nurses, one of them being Jeanne Troyer who we’re still fortunate to have on staff. Jeanne has transitioned with Generations Crossing through all of its changes; she sees her job more as a privilege rather than a task.

Caregivers Conversation - Part 2!

Generations Crossing and Sunnyside Retirement Community are back again to offer an interactive information session where caregivers can meet and socialize in a comfortable setting. Our guest speakers will host an educational workshop based on the feedback given in our Part 1 of the series, followed by time to socialize with other area caregivers. Light refreshments will be served. And of course, feel free to bring along friends! Please try to RSVP by March 20th by calling Generations Crossing at 540-434-4901.

Our Longest-Running Family

Generations Crossing is fortunate enough to consider everyone here an extended family. And perhaps no one represents this quite as well as the Howard clan, who have been with us since opening the childcare program in January 2009. April and Ron Howard enrolled their two-year-old daughter, Ally, in Generations Crossing before the new building had even opened its doors, becoming an integral part of getting our program underway. April says she believed in the vision Generations Crossing had, and decided to take a leap of faith.